The Man Of Hypocrisy Analysis Of Higgins — страница 2
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in and allow the visit when she really does not want this visit to take place. But, when charm does not work, he tries to use brute force to control the things that he can not control with his charm. Upon Eliza s first arrival at Higgins home, Higgins commands all that if Eliza gives any trouble, to wallop her. He tries to keep her under his thumb through the use of intimidation. Along with the threat of physical violence, Higgins puts forward mental bullying which serves to break Eliza s spirits that make her defiant of him. When Eliza angrily asks Higgins if he is happy now that she has won him the bet, he laughs and scoffs at her that [He] won the bet, not [her]. Higgins treats her like a nothing, like she has no mind of her own. She is a puppet of Higgins manipulative experiments on life. Higgins tries to use his charm to manipulate people into giving him what he wants, but when this tactic fails he resorts to brute force and abuse. It is amazing that a man with such great qualities and characteristics can also have the bad qualities that are opposite of those great ones. How these traits can coexist in one person does not make sense. One of the traits must be a false front. This is the nature of the world. When two opposites come together in the same place and do not alter each other, then one of them is kept up as a fa ade. At any moment in time this fa ade can move or crack and the true nature of the person will come to light. People who display too many contradictions in character are usually true hypocrites.